I have deleted the last post I put up and I edited another one recently. In both cases what I blogged had come from a sense of frustration and I later thought about the way in which whilst the content may have reflected my feelings it wasn’t structured or constructive.
The heavy editing of one post involved removing the a section revealing my frustrations about the way in which the discussion around faith and LGBandT issues tends to fail to have an aspect looking at missiology.
The last post which I removed was less focused and revealed my frustration that people were still having the same old arguments, all be it in a new form, rather than engaging with the reality of what is happening in the country at the moment and has the potential to happen in the coming months as a result of the cuts. I realised that what I had written was unfair on many levels because many of those involved in these discussions, (on both sides of the fence), are people whose lives beyond their writings do involve alot of social justice and community work and who are involved at the sharp end of things. Additionally the catalyst for much of the current discussion has been related to looking at inclusion and impact issues which are important.